It’s not that I don’t care, I just don’t. The most I can do is to be aware of how my body is reacting to insulin and what I could do to help. Luckily, my health is good, I don’t have diabetes, and my mother is a great health coach.
I have 3 children (all 3 girls) and I dont really get hypoglycemia during pregnancy. I have seen 3/4 of my children (all 3 girls) go from 2-3 months pregnant to being pretty much unable to eat or drink anything. During that time my blood sugar has increased and my blood pressure has shot up. It’s a tough time, but you’re not alone.
Just in case you’re thinking that you might be dealing with a hypoglycemic attack, here’s the good news: As a non diabetic, you can stop your blood sugar from going up much more quickly than it would be for a diabetics. What you need to do before that happens is to increase your insulin dosage. This is because insulin is what makes your liver use glucose to make your body use fat to make energy.
The big risk of a hypoglycemic attack is hypoglycemia. And that’s when your blood starts to sugar and your blood pressure starts to shoot up. These events aren’t the same as having a diabetic attack. A diabetic attack is an abrupt blood sugar spike that happens suddenly, usually because of taking too many sugar-filled drinks.
A hypoglycemic attack is a quick, severe drop in blood sugar. It can happen during a long hike or an all-night dinner, or maybe after you’ve just had a huge meal (like a salad or a pizza). Basically it happens when your blood sugar is low, and you have no idea how low it is. It’s a very dangerous condition that can lead to coma, seizures, and death. It’s a rare event, but it can happen to anyone.
I’m not sure if I was hypoglycemic during my last pregnancy, but I had a huge drop in blood sugar after I had a big dinner. My blood sugar levels were extremely low when I went back to bed after dinner, and I had a major seizure. My blood sugar dropped to a low, and I had a seizure. We have a very high chance that I was hypoglycemic during my last pregnancy, as I had no clue that I was on the way down.
I can’t say I know anything about hypoglycemia during pregnancy, but I do know that you can get hypoglycemia during pregnancy. There are some signs, but generally speaking, I would expect to see a low blood sugar and a low pulse rate. I have never seen a low blood sugar or low pulse rate during pregnancy, so I’m not sure what that means.
The hypoglycemia is a major risk for a diabetic woman during her pregnancy, so it’s important for you to understand what this means for you. It means that your blood sugar levels are very low. Your blood glucose is how much glucose is in your blood, and it’s usually measured in milligrams (mg).
Well, now you know. For the next few months I’ll keep you posted.